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Winter Illuminations in Japan: Nabana no Sato

Winter Illuminations in Japan: Nabana no Sato light tunnel

Que pasa mi amigos? Soy Senor Wada aqui…never mind. “Winter’s coming”, as someone says, Japan gets full of illuminations. Why? Well, Japanese like all light-up stuff, I suppose (like autumn leaves). I am sharing one of the best winter illuminations at Nabana no Sato this time. If you aren’t sure where to check one, this one’s quite promising. (thumb’s up)


About Nabana no Sato

It is in Mie Prefecture, which isn’t a big place, but more people than its population visit this place at this time of the year. There are direct buses from the nearest train station. Admission is 2,300 yen though it comes along with a 1,000-yen gift check that you can use at stores in Nabana no Sato.

Info

Name Nabana no Sato
 Address 270 Urushibata, Komae, Nagashima-cho, Kuwana city, Mie prefecture
Phone 0594-41-1144
Admission 2,300 yen
 Website http://www.nagashima-onsen.co.jp/resort/download.html/
Business Hours Weekdays, new year’s eve and new year’s day: 9:00 – 21:00
Weekends and busy seasons: 9:00 – 22:00

 

Before Sunset

I recommend to enter a bit early to see differences before and after sunset.

After Sunset

In the evening the magical illuminations show up.

 

Flower Garden

 

Mt. Fuji

(In different colors. Color changes along with a background music and story.)

 

Light Tunnel

 

Light Tunnel (red)

Lastly

How do you find it? Mie Prefecture is a little far but it would be worth taking a visit while in Japan. These winter illuminations are normally available from November to January. Hope it helps.

See you around!


Yoshi (Mr. Wada)
I enjoy both indoor and outdoor stuff. Fishing in summer, Onsen( hot springs) in winter, and driving all year around!
http://the-wadas.com/

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